Pad Printing Inks

SERIE SUBSTRATES PROPERTIES
TP 212For duroplastics, glass, coated surfaces, metals and polyester. Various special adjustments have been developed for the semi-conductor industry (Ics).Oven curing pad printing inks, which show gloss, good opacity and weather resistance.
TP 218GLFor glass, duroplastics, ceramics, metals including chromium and nickel-plated, gilded or rhodium coated surfaces.Can be air-dried or oven-cured. Semi-gloss finish of good opacity. High mechanical resistance and resistance to many organic solvents, chemicals, thinned alkalines and acids, oils and grease. Excellent water resistance.
TP 218For glass, duroplastics, ceramics, metals including chromium and nickel-plated, gilded or rhodium coated surfaces.Can be air-dried or oven-cured. Semi-gloss finish of good opacity. High mechanical resistance and resistance to many organic solvents, chemicals, thinned alkalines and acids, oils and grease. Excellent water resistance.
TP 233For cellulose acetate, cellulose acetobutyrate, duroplastics, glass, wood, coated surfaces, leather, paper, polycarbonate, polyester, polymethylmethacrylate and polyurethane.Good opacity, overprintability and gloss.
TP 249For polystyrene and acrylic glass (pill boxes, tubes etc.), polystyrene dishes, polystyrene plates, ABS and polycarbonate. In combination with mild thinners (TP 262) especially suitable for sensitive substrates, which tend to tension cracks.Quick drying, glossy and show good opacity. They are resistant against cosmetics (cremes and oils), dishwashing liquid and hand sweat.
TP 260For duroplastics, glass, coated surfaces, metals and non-ferric metals, polyamide, polycarbonate, polyester, polymethacrylate, polyurethane and rigid PVC.Quick drying, glossy pad printing inks. Resistant to many organic solvents, chemicals, diluted alkalines and acids. Good resistance to mechanic abrasion.
TP 272For polystyrene, PMMA (acrylic glass), rigid and plasticized PVC and polycarbonate.Quick drying. Good opacity and a glossy finish. Resistant against mechanic abrasion.
TP 273For rubber, leather, imitation leather, polyamide and polyurethane.Quick drying semi-gloss inks. The ink film is elastic and largely follows the contours of the substrate. Medium opacity.
TP 287For polystyrene and copolymers like ABS, Luran, SAN, paper cellulose acetobutyrate, PMMA (acrylic glass) and rigid PVC.Quick drying, semi-gloss printing inks. Good opacity, weather resistance and resistance against mechanical abrasion.
TP 300For duroplastics, wood, coated surfaces, various metals, paper polyamide, polyacetal (post-treated), pre-treated polyethylene and polypropylene, polycarbonate, polyester, PMMA, polystyrene, polyurethane, rigid PVC, as well as compact discs.Quick drying and glossy. Very good opacity and printability. Are suitable for rotary printing.
TP 313For all kinds of thermoplastics, especially for ABS, polystyrene and its copolymers, rigid PVC, PMMA and polycarbonate. For sufficient adhesion on polyester, polyamide and other duroplastics pre-treatment (corona or flame treatment) may be required.Very quick drying and weather resistant. Good processing properties, high gloss and good resistance against benzines and alcohol especially when the ink is processed with hardener TP 219.
TP TPIFor all kinds of thermoplastics except polyolefines. Especially suitable for polystyrene, rigid and plastizised PVC and coated surfaces.Quick drying, semi-gloss finish. High pigment content, very good opacity. Excellent resistance against alcoholic cleaning agents and hand sweat. The colour shades are weldable with the exception of black and the bronze shades. Weldable black is TPI 66-NT. For bronze shades the letters “HF” are added to the colour name (e.g. TPI 79/HF).
TP PPFor printing onto untreated polypropylene. Due to various degrees of polymerisation as well as contents and fillers the substrate polypropylene shows an undefined printability. Therefore printing tests in production conditions are absolutely necessary.Processed as 1-component pad printing inks. Semi-gloss finish. Not resistant to hand sweat and are therefore not suitable for printing onto writing utensils etc.
TP UVFor printing onto pre-treated polypropylene. Due to various degrees of polymerisation as well as contents and fillers the substrate polypropylene shows an undefined printability. Therefore printing tests in production conditions are absolutely necessary.
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